Solvents used in industrial applications such as paint stripping and precision cleaning used to be considered the cutting edge of cleaning technology.
Millions of workers are exposed to toxic solvents on a daily basis. Cleaning in an industrial environment almost always includes using some type of solvent to remove dirt, mold release, grease or grime, but did you know that many health hazards are associated with solvent exposure?
In this article, we’ll talk about the different types of materials that can be cleaned using these same solutions in our ultrasonic cleaners, and why choosing one over another may better suit our needs.
If you’ve decided it’s time for your business to take advantage of the awesome power of ultrasonic cleaners, then your first and most important decision will be deciding what type of cleaner you’ll use.
One of the most powerful tools that your business could take advantage of is ultrasonic cleaners.
You have made the decision for your business to purchase an ultrasonic cleaner.
One of the most important skills a business owner can have is to be able to estimate he cost of an asset. Whether that asset is labor or equipment, there is an initial and recurring cost that is associated with it. Being able to accurately determine what asset is going to cost you the least […]
No business owner wants a disgruntled workforce. Happy workforces are more productive, more willing to spend more time at work and just more fun to be around eight or more hours a day. When you own a business it is easy to get lost in the day-to-day operations and take your workforce for granted. There […]
The word sonic quite often brings with it the idea of vibration. If you have never used an ultrasonic cleaner, you might assume that the way it works is by using vibration to shake off dirt and debris from the part being cleaned. This could not be further from the truth. Let’s take a look […]
“Never put electronics in water” is a message that has been drilled into us from the time we were small children. Electricity and water do not mix. Since there is no way an ultrasonic cleaner will work without a solution then you cannot use ultrasonics to clean electronics, right? Nope! That’s not the case. Myth […]